A Symphonic Lyrique in three movements by a young Russian, Nicholas Nabokoff, will feature the first concert by the Boston Symphony Orchestra to be given in Sanders Theatre under the direction of Dr. Serge Kousevitzky. This symphony has been played only twice before in America and had its world premiere in the Orchestre Symphonique de Paris on February 16, 1930. The concert will begin at 8 O'clock tonight when a limited number of tickets will be obtainable at the door.
This program is the first of a series to be given by the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Sanders Theatre during the year. The concert will be as follows: Handel, Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra in B minor, Number 12. Nabokoff, Symphony. Tchaikovsky, Symphony Number four in F minor, Opus 36.